Frederic E. Ives

American, 1856–1937

The Brigand

ca. 1903
Parallax Stereogram
Image: 20.5 x 15.5 cm
Frame: 25.2 x 20.2 cm
Gift of the 3M Foundation, ex-collection Louis Walton Sipley
Inscriptions(printed label on frame): Parallax Stereogram / patented April 14, 1903. Made by Ives Process Co., 552 West 25th St. N.Y. To obtain solid, life-like effect, hold in both hands at arm’s length towards a window, or a near-by artificial light, and with center opposite to eyes. Position is correct when only a single solid object is seen in bold relief. May be hung in a window and viewed as above. Awarded Medal of Royal Photographic Society.
  • transparency, lenticular
  • revolver
  • promotional photography
  • lenticular processes
  • transparencies: photographic
  • parallax stereographs
  • stereographs
  • transparencies
  • stereo
  • lenticular 3-D

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